Rasmussen: 87% Rate Supreme Court as Important to Their Vote in November 


Rasmussen Reports show some hard data, to the contrary of the obstructionist calls of the left, which are favorable to Trump Supreme Court Candidate Brett Kavanaugh.

According to Rasmussen:

1,000 Likely Voters in a poll conducted on July 10, 2018 show that just over half (51%) of voters think the Senate should move as quickly as possible to confirm a replacement for Kennedy, and 87% rate the selection of a new Supreme Court as important to their vote in November.

Forty-one percent (41%) of voters view Kavanagh favorably, including 28% who share a Very Favorable opinion of him. Thirty-three percent (33%) regard the federal appellate judge unfavorably, with 20% Very Unfavorable towards him. But one-in-four voters (26%) are not sure what they think of the new nominee.

By comparison, 48% viewed Gorsuch favorably right after his nomination, while Sotomayor and Kagan were seen favorably by 49% and 45% respectively.

Seventy-one percent (71%) of Republicans view Kavanaugh favorably, compared to 15% of Democrats and 37% of voters not affiliated with either major party. But roughly 30% of both Democrats and un-affiliateds are undecided.

While 79% of GOP voters think the new nominee should be confirmed by the Senate, just 16% of Democrats agree. Unaffiliated voters are almost evenly divided, but 26% are not sure.

Kavanaugh is more popular with men and with voters 40 and over.

Only 26% of blacks view him favorably, compared to 44% of whites and 41% of other minority voters. Whites are the least likely to be undecided.

Voters agree that no one Trump names is likely to satisfy the majority of both Republicans and Democrats.

But most also believe that every judicial nomination made by a president is entitled to a deciding vote by the U.S. Senate.

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